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Morning Reads: Curbside Bus Study, Cooper Union Mulls Charging Tuition, Rat Man Rage

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  • An NTSB study finds that “curbside buses” offer a generally “safe mode of travel” but that they are “involved in fatal accidents at seven times the rate of traditional carriers.” (NYT)
  • This one’s sure to pique the interest of St. Mark’s Bookstore defenders: Cooper Union is thinking about charging tuition (NYT).
  • State Senator Daniel Squadron is pushing a plan that would set up a permit parking system, favoring residents, in certain neighborhoods (Post)
  • Residents near Sara D. Roosevelt Park have had it with the “rat man.” (Post)
  • The city’s health department takes notice of the New Museum’s new “immersive” exhibition (WSJ).
  • Beginning today, the East River Ferry goes on a winter (reduced frequency) schedule (NY Waterway).


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